• Next-Gen Image Formats for the Web: The Future of Online Image Optimization

    The web has come a long way since its inception, and the way we consume images has changed dramatically. With the increasing demand for high-quality images and the need for faster loading times, new image formats have been developed to meet these needs. In this blog, we will explore the next-gen image formats for the […]

  • Security issues with the WordPress REST API and how to protect against them

    There are several security issues that have been identified with the WordPress REST API. These include: It is important to keep your WordPress installation and plugins updated, and to use proper authentication and access controls to limit access to the REST API and other sensitive parts of your website. Additionally, use security plugin to scan […]

  • Unlocking the Power of the WordPress REST API

    WordPress, the popular content management system, has long been known for its ease of use and flexibility. However, with the introduction of the WordPress REST API, developers can now take their WordPress sites to the next level. The WordPress REST API allows data to be accessed from outside the WordPress environment through an HTTP API. […]

  • Build a REST API with TYPO3

    Unfortunately TYPO3 doesn’t have a battle hardened ready to go REST API. Fortunately however this article will save you a load of time with a simple step by step guide to transform your TYPO3 application into an all singing and dancing REST API. Why a REST API for TYPO3? It’s worth considering why we would […]

  • Ajax endpoint in Typo3 – using middleware in version 10

    In previous versions of TYPO3 an endpoint for Ajax could be achieved by configuring a page route in the extension file or by using the EID controller. From version TYPO3 9.5, a middleware layer was introduced. This allows for incoming HTTP requests, presumably the goal here will be for TYPO3 to open up for API […]